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I shook my family tree : Peter Hess and descendants, 1755-1982 (especially descendants of James T. Hess)

Author: Thelma Hess Parsons
Publisher: Cedar Rapids, IA (504 32nd St. N.E., Cedar Rapids 52402) : T.H. Parsons, 1982, ©1983.
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Peter Hess settled in Monongalia County, Virginia ca 1786. His father was Baltzar Hess. Peter was married to Elizabeth. He was a member of the early Cheat Baptist church which was organized in 1775. Peter was born in Pennsylvania in 1755 and served as prison guard commanded by Colonel G. Pennington in New York County, Pennsylvania in 1778. He and Elizabeth were parents of nine children.
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Parsons, Thelma Hess, 1910-
I shook my family tree.
Cedar Rapids, IA (504 32nd St. N.E., Cedar Rapids 52402) : T.H. Parsons, 1982, ©1983
(OCoLC)609081273
Named Person: Hess family.; Hess family.; Hess.; Parsons.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thelma Hess Parsons
OCLC Number: 9929875
Notes: Maps on lining papers.
Description: 209 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Responsibility: compiled by Thelma (Hess) Parsons.

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Peter Hess settled in Monongalia County, Virginia ca 1786. His father was Baltzar Hess. Peter was married to Elizabeth. He was a member of the early Cheat Baptist church which was organized in 1775. Peter was born in Pennsylvania in 1755 and served as prison guard commanded by Colonel G. Pennington in New York County, Pennsylvania in 1778. He and Elizabeth were parents of nine children.

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